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Genoa, Nevada, USA

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MONday– THURSday: 9 am – 3 pm.
Friday: 9 am – 1 pm

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All About Genoa

Visit Genoa!

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The Candy Dance Story

History of the Candy Dance and Arts and Crafts Faire...
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Genoa Cowboy Festival

Genoa's newest annual event is the first weekend of May...
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Genoa Town Rentals

Genoa Town Hall, Genoa Community Church and Genoa Park may be rented…
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History of Genoa

By Billie J. Rightmire
Genoa founded in 1851…

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Concert in the Park

FREE Summer Concerts in Genoa Park

On warm summer evenings in Genoa, when the sun begins to dip behind the Sierra Nevada, and the shadows grow long, and the light turns amber and gold, people gather in the Genoa Park on the green grass with their picnic dinners to listen to music.

CLICK HERE (Flyer Will Be Avaliable Soon!) to download the COTG Fridge Flyer for upcoming concerts.


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Dates for the 2016 ‘Concert On The Green’ series
All concerts begin at 5 p.m. — Please note: Genoa weather is variable and can be cold at night. Please wear appropriate attire and bring warm coats, hats and gloves, just in case.



For info on last year's bands, see below:

Find out more about the 2015 MUSICIANS and their music below, check out PHOTOS of the BANDS on Facebook LinkFacebook, plus download posters and flyers (when available).

CLICK HERE to download a PDF MAP to Genoa Park.

Downtown Genoa Map with Genoa Park

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Sunday, June 14, 2015 — 5 to 7 p.m.

The Markleevillians Band

Rock and Oldies

CLICK HERE: Download the COTG 'Fridge Flyer' for the June Concert.

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The Markleevillians Band plays Rock, Blues and old favorites.


Website: The Markleevillians

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Sunday, July 12, 2015 — 5 to 7 p.m.

Dougie L. and The Lost Reverends

American favorites

CLICK HERE: Download the COTG 'Fridge Flyer' for July Concert.

Joey Carmon - 'Guitar Man' Tribute

Dougie L. and The Lost Reverends bring the best of the Great American Songbook, a touch of country and a hint of Rock n’ Roll (check back for bio updates).

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Sunday, August 9, 2015 — 5 to 7 p.m.

Suspect Terrane

Bluegrass, Roots Rock and Folk

CLICK HERE: Download the COTG 'Fridge Flyer' for August Concert.

Quake City Jug Band photo

Suspect Terrane plays a suspicious blend of bluegrass, roots rock and folk, served up with a healthy side of original recipes!

The geologic term “suspect terrane” refers to a fragment of the earth’s crust which has broken off from one tectonic plate and appears to be lodged in a continent far from its geologic origins, so its origins are suspect!


Like the geologic phenomenon, Suspect Terrane blends musical varieties from far-flung places. The band arose from the influences of classical, gypsy jazz, bluegrass, rock and roll, reggae, folk, and country genres, resulting in a suspiciously eclectic melodic blend.


The musical formation that became Suspect Terrane began in 1992, when Brad and Lynn first began performing in Reno, Nevada. When Mike and Michael joined up with them on a front porch in Carson City, Nevada in 2005, the Suspects found that their personalities and musical influences formed suspiciously fun musical terrane.


Find more details, music and photos on our Facebook page:

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Sunday, September 13, 2015 — 5 to 7 p.m.

The Three Wisemen


CLICK HERE: Download the COTG 'Fridge Flyer' for September Concert.

Tepid Club of Cool group

Spreading the musical word of funk, soul and jazz, The Three Wisemen is an assembly of three leaders in their own right, with Trey Stone on guitar and vocals, Niall McGuinness on saxophone and percussion, and John Shipley on keyboards.


The soulful and explosive sound of R & B Artist Trey Stone has contributed his talents writing and producing dozens of hit recordings. Featured on guitar and vocals, Trey has recently toured with the legendary group Tower of Power. He is a real musical powerhouse who continues to wows audiences in his live shows.

Niall McGuinness, leader of the preeminent ensemble New World Jazz Project, has worked with Trey for over 20 years. This multi-instrumentalist can be heard on saxophone, flute and percussion. Niall is currently writing for film and TV while continuing to carry the banner of jazz with his group as he performs throughout the area.

As a founding member of the groundbreaking Jazz-Fusion group Hiroshima (Epic Records), John Shipley evolved as a keyboardist and arranger, developing his current musical style. John is presently the musical director of the international touring group, the Funk Brothers.
It is from this stellar lineup The Three Wisemen have been forged. Now in their fourth year together, this polished trio is truly a musical force to be reckoned with.


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